Poems About: BEAUTY
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37.Beauty is -
The beauty beheld is alive.
Beauty hiding is of the soul.
Beauty freed is love.
Beauty seen is beauty in control. read more »Josh Alfred
38.The Most Beautiful
She is the most beautiful
Everybody says so read more »Rubaba Mmahajia Rahma Sabtiu
Was There No Truth to Your Beauty?
Was there no truth to your beauty?
What of the lies your beauty told me?
Was your beauty all that there was to see?
Did I not make your beauty part of me? read more »Ronberge (anno secundo)
40.Is There Any Truth in Beauty?
Is there any truth in Beauty?
What of the lies beauty tells thee?
Could my beauty not be as worthy read more »Ronberge (anno secundo)
Beauty, have you lost yourself again
In the freezing mud
Can’t you remember anymore
That goodbye is not a farewell for me read more »Not A Dream Choice
42.Beauty Can Be Something
Beauty is whats on the inside maybe not on the outside, Beauty is trust, Beauty is caring for others, Beauty is in the way you laugh, Beauty is in your eyes, Beauty is not mean, Beauty is not covered with make-up, And beauty is also true love. read more »angelica nuesi
43... My Definition Of Beauty
Beauty are the roses
Mixed with beauty within
Not just a pretty face
Or pleasures it brings read more »Eyan Desir
There is so much beauty in life,
Beauty in the human soul,
Beauty in the heart and in the mind
Of the good man and woman. read more »Emmy Nielsen Reyes de Gaspar
Your beauty makes me want to put sunglasses on in the dark
Your beauty is brighter then the sun n lights up every room
Your beauty is breath taken.
Your beauty makes me weak in the knees read more »Tyler Walker
Blonde hairs, blue eyes and bell shaped body
Is that what you call beauty?
Brown eyes, braided hairs and skinny body read more »Opsy Coucchy
47.The Beauty We Ignore
I am the beauty
The beauty in the summer *the heat*
We ignore it
. read more »victoria martinez
48.Beauty Knows My Beauty Too
Beauty isn't my ornament
Yet Beauty knows my beauty too,
I ain't rich to buy me charm
And reap least when glamour calls, read more »Athishu Peter